Shorts: Cowboy Take Me Away

Guests

Darlene Javier

Darlene Javier

Nick Neon

Nick Neon

River Gallo

River Gallo

This program features everything from a man who finds himself attached to an older married couple, an intergenerational infatuation, and an intersex sex worker navigating the city.

This program has 5 films.

Thu May 30, 9:15 pm
TIFF Bell Lightbox 2
350 King Street West
Toronto ON
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How I Got to the Moon By Subway

Tyler Rabinowitz

Tyler Rabinowitz

Director

After being diagnosed with ALS, a curmudgeonly older man goes to the hospital with his partner to record his voice bank before he loses the ability to speak.

Country

United States

Year

2018

Duration

12 mins

Interests

Aging/Elders, Gay

R Rating

Land's End

Ben Strebel

Ben Strebel

Director

Road trip and love story combine as Adam’s addiction to an older man leads him down a path that he might not be ready for.

Country

United Kingdom

Year

2018

Duration

19 mins

Interests

Gay

R Rating

Zero One

Nick Neon

Nick Neon

Director

When Jimmy Park visits home for the first time in years, he’s forced to make peace with the ghost of who he could have been.

Country

United States

Year

2018

Duration

24 mins

Interests

Asian, Gay

R Rating

Ponyboi

River Gallo

River Gallo

Director

On Valentine’s Day, Ponyboi, an intersex sex worker, looks for love and a way out of his seedy life in New Jersey.

Country

United States

Year

2018

Duration

18 mins

Interests

Intersex, Romance, Sex Work

R Rating

Lavender

Matthew Puccini

Matthew Puccini

Director

A young gay man grows increasingly entangled in an older couple’s marriage.

Country

United States

Year

2018

Duration

10 mins

Interests

Gay, Polyamory

R Rating

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